GeekLynk Celebrates Grand Opening With Ribbon Cutting

Local dignitaries and Spartara officials cutting the ribbon on its retail and service location, GeekLynk, which is located at the Third Street Plaza. Submitted photo

Local digital and software development company Spartara has cut the ribbon on its retail and service location, GeekLynk.

GeekLynk Computer Repair is located in the Third Street Plaza right here in Jamestown. Jamestown native and Chief Executive Officer Tim Town, and partners, Robert Holland, Casey Mulkins and Dee Dippel, say the staff is ready to provide computer sales and repair. GeekLynk also provides IT solutions to corporate customers. Will Neider was hired as the store manager.

GeekLynk’s co-founder Robert Holland moved back to Jamestown from Buffalo after selling his Pizzeria Restaurant, and contacted Town to join forces by creating GeekLynk. Holland thought we could provide a “Link to a Geek” and there the name “GeekLynk” was born. A few months later, they moved their headquarters and parent company Spartara to Bemus Point to offer software and digital products, along with marketing solutions to their ever growing base of business customers.

Town has years of business and marketing experience and specializes in business turnaround as well. Holland, a programmer by trade, knew that by joining forces they could offer solutions that were not being provided at the level that they could offer. Recently they teamed up and added two additional members, Casey Mulkins and Dee Dippel, local business owners of Loud Performance.

“GeekLynk is a great fit and addition to Spartara,” Town said. “We plan to open additional locations in the near future. I love the fact that it originated right here in Jamestown.”

For more information, check out GeekLynk on Facebook, at geeklynk.com or call 708-6799.